Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University has won The Consortium’s TEAM Trophy Award for the fourth year in a row. The award is an affirmation that, together, everyone achieves more (TEAM) and is designed to encourage healthy competition among member colleges, foster collaboration among Consortium peers, and demonstrate students’ commitment to The Consortium.

Cornell students proved that anything is possible when you work together — even if it’s only virtually.

“We all chose Cornell in part because of its close-knit community, and The Consortium family without a doubt contributes a great deal to that atmosphere,” said MBAs Evan Buchanan, Natalie Gonzalez and Jessica Bryson. “This was a challenging year on many different levels. Winning the TEAM Trophy Award is more than a trophy for us; it is a testament to the connections we’ve made with each other and our commitments to our MBA program.”

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